• Brad Pitt won a small victory on Angelina Jolie
  • They are still contesting their vineyard in France
  • The latest developments see him take the upper hand

A Los Angeles judge demands Jolie to hand over eight years' worth of non-disclosure agreements, a move that could turn the tide in this high-stakes battle. Dive into the heart of Hollywood's most talked-about legal showdown, where wine, wealth, and warfare collide!

Courtroom Clash: NDAs in the Spotlight

In the latest episode of what could only be described as Hollywood's most riveting legal drama, Brad Pitt emerges victorious against Angelina Jolie in a battle that has more twists and turns than a blockbuster thriller. The stakes? The luxurious French winery, Château Miraval, and the secrets it holds within its vine-clad walls.

The Los Angeles legal arena was abuzz as Judge Lia Martin ruled in favor of Pitt, demanding Jolie to produce all non-disclosure agreements from 2014 through February 2022. Pitt's legal eagles are on the hunt for Jolie's "purported justifications" for her actions, particularly her controversial decision to sell her shares of the winery without Pitt's consent.

"Pitt and his team know that these NDAs are never going to see the light of day at trial. This is all for the press," a source told the press. "They also know that this will force Angie to spend resources tracking all of this information down, which is just another way to drain her resources and punish her for leaving."

A source close to Jolie lamented, "This is all for the press," hinting at a strategy to bleed Jolie dry of resources. Yet, in a twist worthy of a Hollywood script, Jolie's camp appears unfazed, ready to comply and confident in their stance against Pitt's "personal misconduct."

The roots of this legal vineyard vendetta trace back to happier times when Pitt and Jolie, Hollywood's once golden couple, acquired Château Miraval in 2008. Fast forward to 2021, and Jolie's attempt to sell her share to Tenute Del Mondo sparked a legal wildfire, with Pitt accusing her of breaching their contract.

Jolie's company, Nouvel, retaliated with accusations of Pitt's "vindictive campaign" to "loot" the winery, alleging misuse of the company's assets on lavish renovations, including a $1 million swimming pool makeover.

Two sides to it

A Pitt source said the ruling was a "crushing blow" to Jolie's battle over the award-winning winery, which could potentially undermine her central defense. Jolie's attorneys, however, are "more than happy" to comply with the judge's orders.

As the legal battle ferments, it's clear this is more than a dispute over wine. It's a saga of betrayal, revenge, and the quest for justice, with both parties digging in their heels for what promises to be a long and bitter fight.

Angelina Jolie, seemingly undeterred by the recent ruling, looks forward to "the eventual end of this litigation," hoping for a resolution that allows the family to heal from the "false narratives" that have plagued them.

Common NDAs are simply not comparable to Mr. Pitt’s last-second demand to try and cover up his personal misconduct," Jolie's attorney, Paul Murphy, told 'Fox News Digital'.

"We are more than happy to turn them over, and we are gratified that the court acknowledged that the only potential relevance is to the unconscionability of Mr. Pitt’s conduct, a now confirmed key issue in this case.

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As Hollywood and the world watch, the Pitt vs. Jolie winery war rages on, a testament to the complexities of love, partnership, and the pursuit of personal and professional sovereignty. With both sides gearing up for more legal skirmishes, one thing is certain: the battle for Château Miraval is far from over.

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